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Men are happier with smarter wives, study claims
It was once believed that a marriage was most likely to last when a husband was better educated than his wife. American researchers have established that the opposite is true in the 21st century.

Dogs feel jealousy like humans do
Some say the history of mankind starts from jealousy. Cain killed his brother Abel out of jealousy after rejected his gift in the Old Testament. It turns out that jealousy is not unique to humans. According to a research journal, PLOS ONE, dogs als..

Shift work increases diabetes risk, study shows
Working shifts can increase the risk of developing diabetes by 9 percent, a recent study shows.

Take World Cup away from Russia, urges Britain's Deputy PM
British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has urged FIFA to take the 2018 World Cup away from Russia.

Hidden washroom cameras 'may have filmed hundreds of women'
Hundreds of women may have been secretly videotaped by cameras hidden in bathrooms at Delaware University, state officials say.

NYT backs marijuana legalization
The New York Times has taken a stand in the marijuana debate, saying Washingtons prohibition of the plant should be lifted for the benefit of society.

Lightning kills one, injures eight at Venice Beach
Visitors relaxing at Venice Beach in Los Angeles experienced a terrifying lightning strike on Sunday, during a violent thunderstorm that left one dead and at least eight injured.

Reality star wants tougher 'revenge porn' laws
British reality star Lauren Goodger has called for stricter revenge porn laws after an intimate video of her and an ex-boyfriend appeared online.

Robot tries to hitchhike across Canada
We humans sometimes wonder whether we can trust robots. But can robots trust us?

Woman charts husband's reasons for turning down sex
Just a week after a sexually-frustrated husband created an Excel document charting his wifes excuses for refusing him sex, a woman has done the same. She couldn't have been more ruthless.

Kazak volleyball player's beauty out of control
Kazakhstan volleyball player Sabina Altynbekova is getting a tough time from her teammates because her stunning good looks have supposedly become an overwhelming distraction.

Former WWE champ catches burglary suspect
Former WWE champion Daniel Bryan used one of his pro-wrestling moves to catch a suspected burglar, the Associated Press reported.

Alpaca guards shop in China
A Chinese woman needed an animal to guard her shop at a bustling commercial district in Shenyang. She picked an alpaca instead of a Doberman.

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